Drummer ATOMIC STEIF Rejoins HOLY MOSES

Drummer Atomic Steif (a.k.a. Guido Richter) (ex-SODOM, LIVING DEATH, STAHLTRÄGER) has rejoined German thrashers HOLY MOSES after 15 years.

Commented HOLY MOSES frontwoman Sabina Classen: "I am totally happy that Steif is back in the band. After all the chaos with wrong drummers for the band we have now a real thrash/death metal drummer back to HOLY MOSES. Somebody who is a totally into metal, is behind the special kind of music we are doing and he understands the spirit of HOLY MOSES. We are right now in the rehearsals for the new album. We are already rehearsing in the studio and in our rehearsing room and we are writing together with Olli on bass, Michi on guitars and Steif on drums on the new material. I am so happy….after a long time!!!!!"

HOLY MOSES' latest CD, "Strength Power Will Passion", was released in the U.S. in September 2005 via Crash Music Inc. The group's tenth album was the follow-up to 2002's "Disorder of the Order", which came out through Century Media.

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